Galictus Cuja Skull Replica measures 3.5 inches. Galictus Cuja Skull Replica is museum quality polyurethane resin cast. Known as Lesser Grison

Galictus Cuja or Lesser grison are found throughout most of southern South America from sea level to as high as 13,800 ft. elevation in a wide range of habitats.

Although generally near water, including grasslands, forests, scrub, and mountain meadows. They are also known to inhabit agricultural land and pasture in some areas.

Galictus Cuja or Lesser grison are carnivorous, feeding on small to medium rodents, birds, frogs, lizards, and snakes. They also eat fruits, such as avocados.

They are among the major predators on cavies, including wild guinea pigs, and also of nesting grebes.

They are semi-plantigrade, walking partly on the soles of their feet, and, despite the webbing, their feet are adapted more for running and climbing than for swimming.

Galictus Cuja or Lesser grison possess anal scent glands that spray a noxious chemical similar to skunks. They are monogamous, hunting together when raising their litters of two to five young.